My partner (MP) was over in London 2 years ago for a work conference so I tagged along for the day I would be free a few places sorted out to visit, good news for me is she may have to go over again next year. We were staying not far from Euston Station, and seeing this sculpture to a remarkably brave young lady was something I felt drawn to. WWII British-Indian spy honoured Noor Inayat Khan - Wikipedia This young lady grew up close to Gordon Park and her image looks across this small garden area, a quiet dignified memorial to an SOE agent who was murdered by the SS. I recall seeing her brother talking at Runnymede where her name is inscribed speaking of how very proud he was of his sister, incredibly moving. (BBC documentary). I am not sure if this is posted in the correct section should the moderation / Admins team feel the need to move it , by all means.